The BOSS RV-6 reverb pedal makes getting high-quality reverb sounds with your guitar quick and easy. It gives you eight musical reverb effects in one compact guitar effects pedal.
Whether you want surfs-up 60s reverb or the ever-popular vintage spring reverb, the RV6 has it. The eight sound modes give you a diverse range of ready-to-play reverb effects. Choose from Shimmer, Dynamic, and Delay+Reverb modes that deliver lush, immersive textures you're sure to love.
Let’s take a quick look at the Reverb Modes the RV-6 has to offer:
• + DELAY— reverb in combination with delay
• SHIMMER - produces fantasy-like reverberation wrapped in spacious overtones
• DYNAMIC - reverb automatically sets the depth of the effect according to your performance
• ROOM - simulates the reverberation of a room
• HALL - simulates the reverberation of a hall (gym, church, etc.)
• PLATE - produces metallic-sounding reverberation with an extended high-frequency range
• SPRING - simulates a spring reverb built into a guitar amp
• MODULATE - adds modulation to hall reverb
That’s a quick view of the reverb modes, but let’s dig a little deeper. Under the hood of the RV6, each mode includes an extensive array of detailed reverb parameters, all perfectly tuned for guitar by the BOSS engineers with direct input from many pro players and sound engineers. Even as you adjust the selected mode with the Time and Tone knobs, many parameters are simultaneously adjusted inside to create the ideal voicing for every setting.
The BOSS RV-6 reverb pedal packs the latest BOSS digital signal processing technology and updated algorithms and reaches beyond the capabilities of previous generations of reverb effects pedals. You get one of the best-sounding reverb effects pedals available today.
Talking about how something sounds is never easy, you have to experience it for yourself. So, add the BOSS RV-6 Reverb pedal to your cart and start doing just that.
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